Ginger & Miso Brussel Sprouts

Brussel Sprouts are definitely not just for Christmas! I absolutely love them all year around and since they are still in season I am determined to make the most of them! This easy peasy and super quick stir fry is a fuss free way of cooking this delicious brassica. The addition of miso and ginger…

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Leek & Butterbean Soup with Kale Chips

Butter beans are probably one of my favourite beans as they are super versatile and when blended they are super creamy. I love this soup because is so simple but so flavoursome and delicious. It’s perfect for a chilly winter evening and it really takes no time to make.  Although is delicious on its own…

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Simple Tomato Pasta

This is such a simple recipe and yet one of the most requested. This is my go-to-go super simple recipe when it comes homemade tomato sauce. The slow roasted tomatoes are totally optional and if you are in a hurry you can leave them out. They are more for those days when you don’t mind…

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Veggie Packed Lentil Soup

I can best describe this soup in 3 words: cheap, easy and delicious. It's the perfect winter warmer and it's also great for meal prepping and batch cooking as it's suitable for freezing. I used tinned lentils out of convenience but you can also cook your own if you have the time. If you want…

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Tempeh Neatballs

I love this recipe because it’s so simple and yet so delicious and full of flavours! I have used Tiba tempeh which works great in recreating that “meaty” consistency by just using plants instead! These “Neatballs” work great with a simple tomato sauce and your favourite pasta but they are also great in Buddha bowls…

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Moong Bean Curry

Can’t beat a good curry. It’s comforting, filling, packed full of flavour and totally delicious. I am always on the lookout for a new combination an this moong bean curry has been my latest favourite. When cooked the moong beans go all mushy so the overall consistency is more of a Dahl, lusciously creamy. I…

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Chickpea Tomato & Spinach Curry

ou guys know how much I love a good old curry and this one is an absolute winner. Making your own curry paste although it might be a bit time consuming is seriously game changing. The curry overall turned out to be so much more flavoursome and fragrant. For this recipe I have used Califia…

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Rosemary & Potato Focaccia

Making your own focaccia might seem daunting, but trust me, it’s so much easier than you think! I made this Rosemary & Potato Focaccia few times and everytime it turned out perfectly, slightly crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside. I absolutely love the addition of potatoes and rosemary which make it even…

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Polenta Crostini + Maple Glazed Carrots

During the winter months I love polenta so much and these crostini are such a creative way of using it for a super festive canapés! The polenta disks when fried goes all crispy and they are perfect topped with creamy sautéed mushrooms! Serves 4-5 people  375gr of quick cook polenta + as much water as…

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Festive Chargrilled Brussel Sprouts Risotto

You guys know how much I love risotto and this festive version with Brussel Sprouts and Leek has been my latest obsession! For this recipe I have used Strong Roots Chargrilled Brussels sprouts which are utterly delicious on their own but they also work wonderfully in risotto, stir fries, casseroles and stews. Because they are…

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